maandag, november 30, 2020

Emily Mae Smith #2


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Big Banana), 2014.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Big Tomato), 2014.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Nightshade), 2014.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Memphis), 2014.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Smoking Broom), 2014.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Broom and Egg), 2014.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Never Tear Us Apart), 2015.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (In the Garden), 2015.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Seance), 2015.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Broom and Mushroom), 2015.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Memento Mori), 2015.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Prehistory Pastoral), 2016.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio, (Odalisque), 2016


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Herons and Sea), 2017.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Horror Vacui), 2018.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (Pieta), 2019.


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio (verdere titel en jaartal mij onbekend(hk))


Emily Mae Smith: The Studio, Mound Land.

> Emily Mae Smith | Instagram

Emily Mae Smith






Emily Mae Smith's studio, 2016(?). (bron: Juxtapoz Magazine)




Emily Mae Smith in her studio, Williamsburg, New York, 2018. (bron: GQ Style, foto's: Matteo Mobilio)








Emily Mae Smith's studio in Brooklyn, 2019(?). (bron: Juxtapoz Magazine, foto's: Sasha Bogojev)

> Emily Mae Smith | Instagram

donderdag, november 26, 2020

Frank van Hemert #2


Frank van Hemert in zijn atelier. (bron: Frank van Hemert, foto: Peter Cox)

>Frank van Hemert

Dan Colen #6


Dan Colen’s art studio at Sky High Farm, Columbia County, 2020(?).


Dan Colen in his studio. (bron: Vulture, foto's: Ryan Lowry)

woensdag, november 25, 2020

Jasper Johns #15


Jasper Johns Residence and Studio, 225 East Houston Street Manhattan.

"....
In 1967, Johns purchased the former Provident Loan Society of New York branch on the corner of East Houston and Essex Streets. The Provident Loan Society was a philanthropic venture that provided loans on valuables as an alternative to private pawn brokers. Their branches, including the one purchased by Johns, were designed to resemble banks. With this purchase, Johns moved from an apartment at 340 Riverside Drive, which he sold to writer Susan Sontag. After a brief stint at the Chelsea Hotel during studio renovations, Johns moved to East Houston Street in 1968. He retained ownership until 1987, although by the mid-1970s he only painted here occasionally, as he maintained studios in Stony Point, New York and the Caribbean island of St. Martin. At Houston Street, Johns worked on many important paintings, notably the 22 pieces of Map (Based on Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion Airocean World) of 1967-71, now at the Museum Ludwig, Cologne, and Scent (1973; Ludwig Forum für Kunst, Aachen), his first work consisting entirely of cross hatching.
...."
(bron: NYC LGBT Historical Sites Project, foto: Christopher D. Brazee)


Jasper Johns in his East Houston Street studio, 1973. (foto: Nancy Crampton)


Jasper Johns working in his East Houston Street studio on "Voice 2", 1969. (foto: Hans Namuth)


Jasper Johns working in his East Houston Street studio on "Map (Based on Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion Airocean World)", 1970. (foto: Hans Namuth)

(nieuw werk)


Harke Kazemier: zonder titel, 2020.
collage
33 x 26 cm

> Harke Kazemier
> Harke kazemier | facebook

maandag, november 23, 2020

Peppi Bottrop


Peppi Botrop studio visit, 2016.


Peppi Botrop studio visit, 2019. (bron: Instagram)

vrijdag, november 20, 2020

Rob Visje #4


Rob visje voor zijn nieuwe atelier, Zwanenburgwal, Amsterdam, 2020. (foto: Jip Mus)














Atelier bezoek bij Rob Visje, Amsterdam, 2020. (eigen foto's (hk))


(foto: Jip Mus)

> Rob Visje

donderdag, november 19, 2020

Josh Smith #3


Josh Smith in the basement of his live–work space in Brooklyn.


Josh Smith in the library of his live–work space in Brooklyn, 2020(?).

"....
As we discuss in the following interview, Smith is resistant to socialising, and prefers to spend long stretches of time in his Brooklyn home, a largely windowless warehouse he’s transformed into a live–work complex. Throughout the building’s two storeys, he’s set up several spaces for his art: a workshop for building, a ceramic studio with a kiln, a casual studio, mostly used for storage, and a primary painting studio with a ping-pong table “for exercise”. The house also contains multiple lounges, kitchens and a large art collection
...."
(bron: ArtReview, foto's: Ross Simonini)


















Josh Smith on the rooftop of his studio in Brooklyn, 2020. (stills from the video)

"High As Fuck presents new work by Josh Smith made during the current COVID-19 pandemic and New York City’s mandatory quarantine.

Staged by the artist on the rooftop of his studio in Brooklyn, High As Fuck is an open-air exhibition that is, by default, only accessible online by a homebound audience. The show features a new series of paintings of empty streetscapes. Depicted is Smith’s neighborhood environs as he has experienced them during early morning and nighttime walks around a locked down city.

The airplane-less, pollution-free clarity of the open sky, the lack of cars, noise, and people, revealed the nuances of absolutely everything. A whole new world of varied and unique local architecture was instantly revealed to the artist. To Smith, everything suddenly appeared clean and fresh."
(bron: David Zwirner)